Incarceration is expensive and in many cases, does little to reform those who find themselves in jail or prison. We believe God's message of hope has real transformational power and that God is mighty enough to save the worst of offenders. Our desire is to see men and women come to know Christ and to live productive lives. In turn, our work makes jail safer for inmates and officers, strengthens families, lessens the tax burden of incarceration, and makes our community a better place.
inmates attend worship services
Each week, more than 600 inmates attend weekly Sunday morning services, joining volunteers in songs of praise, sitting under church teachings, and praying together.
volunteer chaplains serve
Currently, 31 chaplains serve week-in and week-out, responding to inmate requests, handing out eye glasses, dispensing religious literature, and holding Bible studies.
churches lead worship
A large number of Greater Cincinnati churches are involved in our worship team ministry. You don't need a great voice, but you should have a strong desire to see God at work in area correctional facilities.